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October 22, 2008

The Case For A Case

Douglas Eadline, Ph.D.

People that know me have learned that I tend to fret over some really strange things. My multi-core angst has been well documented. Another worry comes from a hobby of mine — low cost clustering. This indulgence does not cause me much distress as I like optimizing and engineering small systems. There is, however, something I wish for when I toss and turn at night. In building small low cost clusters, my goal is to measure how much real performance one can you get out of $2500 worth of commodity computing parts.

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